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Bloom’s new music video is totally trippy, you guys

We dig bands that are still creating during the quarantine. Bloom has been making a name for themselves as one of Lawrence’s sludgiest psych-rock bands,

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Album Review: JC & The Nuns – “God Did Weed”

After a change-up at lead singer, JC & The Nuns are back with their sophomore EP God Did Weed. That’s not the only difference though;

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Galaxy BEST: They Watch Us From The Moon is Lawrence’s space-themed band

They Watch Us From The Moon / Photo by Fally Afani Not every band knows how to give em the old razzle dazzle, but They
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Photo Gallery: The Sluts / Bloom

Scenes from the Replay with Bloom and The Sluts.
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Photo Gallery: L.A. Witch / Hot Garbage / JC & the Nuns

You couldn't really see through the haze spewing out of the overworked fog machine at the Riot Room, but you didn't really need to. Monday
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Photo Gallery: Pale Tongue / The Savage Blush / Wendy Moira

The Savage Blush / Photo by Fally Afani It's been a bit of a slow week for live music in Lawrence, but rock and roll
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Album Review: Psychic Heat – “Sunshower”

Psychic Heat From the crunching buzz of opener “Anxiety Eater” you can safely assume that Psychic Heat’s debut album Sunshower is oozing with the psychedelic
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Monday Funday: Shannon and the Clams bring joyous dance party to Kansas City

“Did you guys know it’s Monday night?” That’s the question Shannon Shaw asked a sea of smiling faces at the Riot Room in Kansas City.

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I Heart Local Music’s “SXSW Bound” set for February 12th and 13th

It seems like every year, Lawrence is blessed with new acts that make stunning new impressions. Next month, we’ll be bringing some of those acts

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Photo Gallery: Ghost at Liberty Hall

Liberty Hall was filled to the brim on Monday when Ghost brought their visually stunning and highly theatrical show to Lawrence. The masked Swedish rockers,